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Foetal MRI

History
Ultrasound suggests borderline ventriculomegaly.

Findings
There is a cavum of the septum pellucidum. Occipital white matter may be slightly reduced in bulk, but no other significant abnormality is demonstrated. Whilst Ultrasound remains the gold standard in imaging the foetus, MRI is becoming a useful accessory tool for confirming US findings.

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